The DdL 1542/2013, known as Ddl “Delrio”, because of the name of the minister that has promoted this new law, represents a further step in the long and complex history of the Italian reorganisation of local authorities. Its peculiarity is on the clearly reformist approach that foresee an organisational model of local autonomies that is based on two levels of government that are directly elected (Regions and Municipalities) and a level of governance for sub-regional areas. The latter can refer to both metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas. In the Italian panorama, this law could represent a complete change taking into account opportunities arising from the shortened decision-making chain and from the possibility to concretely proceed in co-planning among different institutions. The Ddl “Delrio”, on another hand, has shifted also the on-going process of institution of metropolitan cities from the spending review perspective (as in the previous law 135/2012) to a more complete and coherent reform. In this framework, the Torino experience is interesting for at least two characteristics: the territorial specificity of the Provincia di Torino, a province with 315 municipalities – a larger part of which are in mountain and national border areas – that will become the metropolitan city from the 1st of January 2014; the simultaneous strategic planning process for the core area of the province and not for the whole territory.

Riorganizzazione istituzionale e pianificazione del territorio. Riflessioni a partire dalle prossime riforme e dall’esperienza torinese / Barbieri, Carlo Alberto; Saccomani, Silvia; Santangelo, Marco. - In: IL PIEMONTE DELLE AUTONOMIE. - ELETTRONICO. - 1:(2014), pp. 61-72.

Riorganizzazione istituzionale e pianificazione del territorio. Riflessioni a partire dalle prossime riforme e dall’esperienza torinese

BARBIERI, Carlo Alberto;SACCOMANI, Silvia;SANTANGELO, MARCO
2014

Abstract

The DdL 1542/2013, known as Ddl “Delrio”, because of the name of the minister that has promoted this new law, represents a further step in the long and complex history of the Italian reorganisation of local authorities. Its peculiarity is on the clearly reformist approach that foresee an organisational model of local autonomies that is based on two levels of government that are directly elected (Regions and Municipalities) and a level of governance for sub-regional areas. The latter can refer to both metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas. In the Italian panorama, this law could represent a complete change taking into account opportunities arising from the shortened decision-making chain and from the possibility to concretely proceed in co-planning among different institutions. The Ddl “Delrio”, on another hand, has shifted also the on-going process of institution of metropolitan cities from the spending review perspective (as in the previous law 135/2012) to a more complete and coherent reform. In this framework, the Torino experience is interesting for at least two characteristics: the territorial specificity of the Provincia di Torino, a province with 315 municipalities – a larger part of which are in mountain and national border areas – that will become the metropolitan city from the 1st of January 2014; the simultaneous strategic planning process for the core area of the province and not for the whole territory.
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